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Translation of "ivory" - English-Mandarin Chinese dictionary

ivory

noun     /ˈaɪ.vər.i/ US  /-vɚ-/
[U] the hard yellowish-white substance that forms the tusks of some animals such as elephants, used especially in the past to make decorative objects 象牙 intricately carved ivory earrings 精雕细琢的象牙耳饰 a ban on ivory trading 象牙交易禁令 The skin, hair and bone of non-human animals
[C usually plural] an object made from ivory 象牙制品 a collection of Japanese ivories 日本象牙制品藏品 The skin, hair and bone of non-human animals
Translations of “ivory”
in Arabic عاج…
in Korean 상아…
in Malaysian gading…
in French (en/d’)ivoire…
in Turkish fildişi…
in Italian avorio…
in Chinese (Traditional) 象牙, 象牙製品…
in Russian слоновая кость…
in Polish kość słoniowa…
in Vietnamese ngà voi…
in Spanish marfil…
in Portuguese marfim…
in Thai งาช้าง…
in German das Elfenbein, elfenbeinern…
in Catalan vori…
in Japanese 象牙(げ)…
in Indonesian gading…
(Definition of ivory from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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